Last View of Santorini

Trip Start Jun 01, 2008
Trip End Jun 30, 2008

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Thursday, June 12, 2008

We had half a day in Fire, Santorini, today, so Elka, Meira and I headed to the prehistory museum while Rey caught some rays.  The museum features information about the Bronze Age settlement buried in the volcanic explosion in 3500BCE.  Afterwards, the three of us went browsing in the shops and took some last photos to remember Santorini.  This afternoon, we head to Crete, so our next entry will be there!

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Fira: Greece before frappes!
I'm really enjoying your travelog. And the pictures are spectacular. Don't forget that there is a good exhibit on Fira at the National Museum in Athens. I was thinking about your surprise at seeing an altar to Hercules where you least expected it. I had the same experience in Pompeii. I suspect that Hercules was more popular in the ancient world than most people realize.
It has been really hot the last few days in Northeastern Ohio. Those frappes and cool drinks I see in so many of your pictures sure look good!
I like the pace of your trip. I think that the American School should follow the one day of intense site study and one day of beach, shopping, and cool drinks schedule!

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